Girls Aloud have come together for the first time in nine years in memory of Sarah Harding.
The BRIT-winning girl group made their first public appearance since the death of partner Sarah – who died of cancer in 2021 aged 39 – at the Race For Life for Sarah charity event in London on Sunday (7/24/22), with members Nicola Roberts, Cheryl and Nadine Coyle posing for photos before completing a 5k circuit for cancer research.
Along with a photo of the girls, Cheryl wrote on Instagram, “Had such a great day seeing and catching up with you all. You made things so much easier and so much better. Sarah would be so happy! Thank you from the bottom of my heart to come together to try to fight this! I love you.”
His colleague Kimberley Walsh also participated in the fundraiser, but was unable to attend in person. So he took on the challenge remotely and appeared via video link on Nicola’s phone as they started the race by sounding horns.
The appearance comes after it was announced that ‘The Promise’ hitmakers – who rose to fame as the winners of the ITV talent competition ‘Popstars: The Rivals’ in 2002 and last performed together on their “Ten: The Hits Tour” in 2013 – are to come together for one night only as part of a fundraising event in Sarah’s memory.
Last April, Nadine said: “We are planning an evening for an event to raise funds in Sarah’s honor. She is truly at the forefront of our
the spirits. “We want to raise money for medical equipment that helps diagnose cancer earlier so people can be treated. We really want to do something to help others.”